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Old 08-09-2010, 09:39 AM   #1
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what are some good 30-06 bullets to use for just target shooting?
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Old 08-09-2010, 11:29 AM   #2
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I use 168 grain Sierra Match Kings in the Garand. Don't buy these for plinking, just for serious stuff, like shooting for donuts.
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If you just want something for plinking I would but the cheapest stuff I can find. For me that has been Federals at Walmart for $13ish a box if I remember right. They won't make one ragged hole but they let me get my scope close enough that I can dial in my hand loads and they give me good reloading brass at the same time.
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Check the CMP site.....I remember something about some surplus being brought back from Europe....don't quote me but I seem to remember the price being competitive. And it was made for Garrands so it should work in any weapon that cal.
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Sign up for Midways E-blast. I have bought bullets for pennies that would have cost .35 a peice. They are blemished, the color is off or bi-colored. They shoot and perform just fine. Average for 150gr .308 the last time was .14 a bullet. I bought some as chaep as .04ea.
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